The medical community in Liège has a longstanding tradition in neurology, resulting in solutions to improve the life of patients with Alzheimer’s disease, epilepsy, glioblastoma, Parkinson’s disease, sleeping disorders and Multiple Sclerosis. A strong link between clinical research and basic/translational research is the hallmark of Neurosciences at ULg/CHU. Neurosciences have 3 major components: the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, the GIGA Neurosciences and the CRC-In vivo imaging.
Several research areas have received particular attention and the teams have acquired significant expertise in identification of new cellular and molecular mechanisms involved in key developmental processes, and more specifically in neuroendocrine and neurochemical mechanisms – amongst many others.
The teams are excited to collaborate and/or support your research projects from early discovery up to the clinical phase providing:
- In silico models
- Cell lines for in vitro experiments
- Mouse models
- Patient treatment and follow-up
- Pre-clinical and clinical imaging capabilities
- Human biological samples for testing